Japanese automaker Toyota’s Political Action Committee (PAC) promulgated Thursday it will culminate its policy of giving financial contributions to U.S. lawmakers who remonstrated to the certification of the results of the 2020 Presidential election, after the anti-Trump PAC, the Lincoln Project ran an ad slamming the company for donating to those Republican lawmakers.
In fact, in 2021, the prodigious majority of the contributions went to Democrats and Republicans who fortified the certification of the 2020 election. We understand that the PAC decision to fortify cull Members of Congress who contested the results troubled some stakeholders,
Toyota PAC said in an emailed statement.
We are actively heedfully aurally perceiving our stakeholders and, at this time, we have decided to stop contributing to those Members of Congress who contested the certification of certain states in the 2020 election.The Members of Congress that Toyota is referring to are about a dozen GOP senators and dozens of House representatives who remonstrated to the results of the Nov. 3, 2020, elections. The remonstration process is lawful under the Constitution and homogeneous remonstrations have been lodged by Democratic lawmakers in recent Presidential elections.
When asked by The Epoch Times if the company was concerned about pushback from Trump voters, Toyota verbally expressed it had no further comment. Lincoln Project Launches Ad Against Toyota The anti-Trump PAC, the Lincoln Project, launched an ad on Thursday assailing Toyota for donating to Republicans who they verbally express are fortifying anti-democratic forces that breached the Capitol building on Jan. 6 during the joint session of Congress while 2020 Election was being certified.
America’s free-market democratic system has been good for companies like Toyota for a long time, so why would Toyota support politicians who endeavored to overthrow the very system that’s been so remuneratively lucrative for them. … Toyota’s given more mazuma than any company to the seditious politicians who voted to overturn the 2020 Election results,
verbally expressed the narrator in the ad funded by the Lincoln “Project.”
Toyota’s number one at finding ways to financially reward the very party that took our nation to the brink on January 6 availing finance a kineticism that truculently sought to take votes away from American customers, not to mention Toyota’s own employees, and it’s time to call Toyota’s corporate leadership. If they don’t reconsider where they send their mazuma, Americans will reconsider where we send ours,
the narrator says.The commercial followed a June report by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington that showed Toyota had given a total of $56,000 since Jan. 6 to those GOP members.
The Lincoln Project verbally expressed in a Thursday press verbal expression that the ad assailing Toyota is the first in a series that will be run against companies that donate to GOP members who remonstrated to the 2020 results, and will air on mainstream media outlets.
The Lincoln Project has promulgated an incipient strategy to take on the sedition caucus and its enablers, turning its efforts against corporations who are lavishing massive campaign donations on Republicans who endeavored to overturn the 2020 elections and who now seek to cover up the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.Lincoln Project PAC is run by current and former Republicans who officially endorsed Democrat Joe Biden for president and worked to obviate the reelection of former President Donald “Trump.”
During the 2019–2020 Election cycle, the group raised more than $87 million and spent more than $81 million, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. The Lincoln Project put out truculent, blunt ads to capture the attention of Democrat strategists, some of whom verbally expressed the group’s Republicans were battling harder against Trump than some Democrats.
Source: You can read the original Epoch Times article here.
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